Personal Mails allows you to handle everything necessary to send mails / emails in bulk form, also in html and including images.
Personal Mails includes an Address book, used to store names, print labels, envelopes and used as a phonebook. One name, with all its data, can be easily included in a letter or in an email, which you can create by the Mail function. When a group of recipients has been selected, you can print a customized bulk letter and/or email.
You can also print e phonebook, with the full list of the stored names, grouped by first letter of the surname and alphabetically sorted by surname.
Labels can be printed with the street addresses for the records in the list on sheets of die-cut labels. Laser, ink jet and DYMO printers are supported.
You can send bulk personalized emails, also in html format (including images, links, etc.), to make rich intriguing messages.
The text of your message can be a plain text or an HTML text to have a page rich of contents (formatted texts, images, tables, links) similar to a Web page. Full instructions are given on how to create HTML emails using Freeway Express you can easily find on the App Store-
The text of the message can be also customized inserting some "tags" which will be replaced by the "real" values when the message is sent. This allows you to design a template to be used over and over again.
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What's new in Personal Mails
Added new label formats (2x7, 2x10, 3x10) that can be printed on US Letter page format.
New option field "Address format" added to the Address Book & Mail Panel panel of the Preferences window. It allows to customize the addresses that are printed on labels, letters, faxes, circulars, envelopes, in particular the position of the items with respect to the other.
Added the "Show in Finder" button that allows to automatically open in the Finder the folder of the working environment of the application (the one containing the data file and the support files and folder).
Change working environment: new item in the File menu that allows to create a new working environment or to open a different .4DD data file.